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and revealing interview with facebook ceo mark zuckerberg, how does he deal with the spotlight? and does he take responsibility for his company's recent struggles? >> the question i ask myself and i hear over and over, if a company has a billion customers, how can they not be killing it making money? >> that answer as the social network reaches a major milestone today. >>> and remember the school bus monitor taunted by middle schoolers. what she's doing to turn her story into something positive today, thursday, october 4th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this thursday morning. i'm savannah gurthrie. >> we both had a late night. >> a lot of coffee. >> exactly. this debate as we know was billed as make or break for mitt romney. and by all accounts he made it last night, the clear winner. >> from the start, romney controlled the direction of the debate, aggressively pushing president obama on the economy, job creation, and health care. we're going to talk to top advisers about how their candidates faired just ahead. we're also going t
's mark zuckerberg. they discussed copyright protections. they are also trying to boost facebook's frens in washington and getting a new friend there. >>> first it was their operating system and then their less than stellar maps. now in consumer watch, apple is apologying again. >> reporter: yes. this time it's a data-sucking glitch. a lot of customers are upset. a costly problem, since most iphone 5 customers have had to give up their old unlimited data plans. the many verizon customers noticed the iphone 5 was using up that precious cellar data, pushing them over their monthly limitings. apple has released a software update to fix it and they say they won't charge for any overages. apple has not yet commented on how widespread the issue might be. >>> and get ready to fork over more money if you want to carry your bag on board. beginning next month, spirit airlines will charge as much as $100 per bag. hold on. the standard carry-on fee will increase to $25 if you pay before you check in. but spirit says so many customers are waiting until they reach the gate to decide to pay for their b
half. a reminder before we step aside. this week on "today" facebook's mark zuckerberg talks to matt lauer about trying to show the world that he can cut it as a ceo and life as a newlywed billionaire. we all pray that somehow it can muddle through. [ male announcer ] this telecast is copyrighted by the nfl for the private use of our audience. any other use of this telecast or of any pictures, descriptions, or accounts of the game without the nfl's consent is prohibited. ♪ waiting all day for sunday night ♪ >> we're in philadelphia. the next chapter in a great rivalry as the new york giants meet the eagles on sunday night football. vick, as he throws, gets it away. down goes vick again. >> bradshaw gets taken down. cullen jenkins. >> to the end zone. a man open. it's jackson. touchdown. ♪ the nfl rocks on nbc >> and the second half ready to begin in philly. 7-3. eagles on top. u can follow your favorite team all season long. just go to itunes.com/nfl. al michaels, cris collinsworth, michele tafoya and our gang. sunday nht football week four. great rivalry which began back in 19
mark zuckerberg. this is his first since he took the company public. they discussed fak's future, the morale of the staff and that other big silicon valley company. >> last weekend apple sold about 5 million of their new iphone 5s. did you buy one? >> tim sent one to me. it's a wonderful device. >> you got a freebie. didn't have to pay anything, huh? so are you now an iphone 5 user? is that the phone you've got in your pocket or back in your desk? >> i think i handed my phone to someone else. >> much more of matt's exclusive and rare interview with mark zuckerberg, founder of facebook later on "today." >> we want to begin this half hour with a second chance for a baseball player, a baseball player injured in his one and only at-bat in the major leagues. we'll talk to adam greenberg exclusively but first nbc kerry sanders is at marlins park in miami. hey, kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what a story. 31-year-old adam greenberg here at home plate in marlins park. it took more than seven years, but he's now in the history books, finally getting his one at-bat. greenb
, that's a bomb shell. >> eight years ago mark zuckerberg started facebook from his dorm room and now the social site has hit 1 billion users. he said he only has a thousand engineers working for him, so each engineer he has responsible for one million of its users. >> jamal: i want to be responsible for raising the stock price. not that i care. i'm just saying you have a billion customers you ought to be able to make a few dollars off of them. >> you bought facebook didn't you? >> i'm just saying -- >> bill bought it and got rid of it. >> a billion people that is so scary. if you think about -- that's a bigger population than a lot of countries, and they know -- they know more about you than the government does. they know more about you than other countries do. >> jamal: here is tricky. i have two facebook pages, so i bet there are a bunch of people out there who have multiple facebook accounts -- >> and there are faky counts -- >> okay. so what is it only 600 million? >> jamal: yeah if we get 600 million people to click on "bill press show".com. we would be in
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